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Tory leadership race exposes Britainís democratic deficit             Georgia parliament head quits after 240 injured in crackdown             Russia will help Iran with oil, banking if payment channel not launched: Ryabkov             Iran refrained from hitting manned US plane accompanying downed drone, IRGC says             Senior Afghan Politicians In Pakistan For Key Meeting             SCO plays constructive role in promoting regional peace, stability: Statement             1000s of Haitians protest against corruption            Trump announces exit of his spokeswoman Sarah Sanders            Ghani, Modi Discuss Afghan Peace in Bishkek             SCO Summit Begins In Bishkek            Video: Iran saves crewmembers of tanker hit in Sea of Oman             World reacts as two tankers Ďattackedí in Sea of Oman             Police shooting of black man triggers unrest in Memphis, Tennessee            UK government signs order to enable Assange extradition to US            Ex-Football Chief Yet To Be Detained Despite Arrest Warrant            

Grand Ayatollah Mohaqiq Kabuli passes away

Ayatollah Qorbanali Mohaqiq Kabuli, an Afghan Shia source of emulation, died at the age of 91. image1 AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Ayatollah Qorbanali Mohaqiq Kabuli, an Afghan Shia source of emulation, died at the age...



Hundreds feared dead as refugee boat sinks off Libya

Around 250 African migrants are feared to have drowned in the Mediterranean after a charity's rescue boat found five corpses and two partially submerged rubber dinghies off Libya, a spokeswoman has said. Laura Lanuza of Spanish charity Proactiva Open Arms said its boat Golfo Azzuro had recovered...




Illiteracy Rate in Afghanistan is Terrible: Danish

Mohammad Sarwar Danish, Second Vice President said on Thursday that the high illiteracy rate in the country was "terrible" and that many of the country's problems are rooted in this. Speaking at a ceremony to mark the start of the new school year, Danish said: "64 percent of people (in Afghanistan)...




National E-ID cards distribution likely to start in 90 days

The Afghan government is expecting to start the distribution of the electronic national identity cards in 90 days. The Office of the President, ARG Palace, said a meeting was organized to discuss the plans for launch of the distribution of the ID cards. The meeting was organized late on Monday evening,...




Leader of the Islamic iran:
Viewing women as commodity Zionist plot

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has warned about a “Zionist plot” to corrupt the involvement of women in the society. The Leader of iran made the remarks on Sunday on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Fatimah (AS), the daughter of the Prophet of...




Govt asks for analysis report in 10 days for the launch of Electronic ID cards

The Afghan government has asked for an analysis report to be prepared in ten days for the launch of the long-delay electronic national identity cards. The Office of the President, ARG Palace, said a meeting was organized in the Presidential Palace on Saturday to discuss the ways for the launch of...




Afghan govt takes key step towards electronic ID card distribution

The Afghan government has taken a key step towards the distribution of the electronic national identity cards by signing the draft amendment regarding the article sixth of the census law. The draft amendment was approved through a legislative decree issued during a meeting of the cabinet of ministers. The...




Afghanistan finalizes law to criminalize Bacha Baazi

The Afghan government for the first time has finalized a law to criminalize the bullying and sexual abuse of children (Bacha Baazi). Officials in the ministry of justice of Afghanistan have said the draft law finalized by the government criminalizes the abuse of children. A spokesman for the ministry...




Germany deports 18 more rejected Afghan asylum seekers

Germany has deported at least 18 more Afghan asylum seekers whose applications were rejected by the authorities of the country, it has been reported. The latest deportation forms the group of rejected asylum seekers who have been sent back to Afghanistan amid ongoing demonstrations by Germans criticizing...




Ageing Europe needs migrants: EUís Mogherini

A senior European Union (EU) official says Europe has an ageing population and needs to keep its borders open to migrants if it seeks to sustain its economic progress. Federica Mogherini, the EU’s high representative for foreign affairs and security policy, made the remarks in the opening...




Asia has the most daily active Facebook users

Asia has the most daily active users, according to new data from Facebook. With 396 million people across Asia using Facebook each day, the number of users in the region has rocketed by 57% in the past two years. “In December, 1.23 billion people used Facebook on an average day, up 189 million...




Dutch mosques shut doors after Quebec attack

Four of the largest mosques in The Netherlands say they will shut their doors during major prayer meetings after six people were killed in attack on a Canadian mosque. The decision came on Monday following an emergency council meeting of mosque leaders of Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam,...




India bans all forms of disposable plastic in its capital

India's National Green Tribunal (NGT) has introduced a ban on all forms of disposable plastic in the capital Delhi in order to combat growing pollution. The ban, which came into effect at the beginning of January, prohibits the use of cutlery, bags, cups and other forms of single-use plastic...




16 killed in Hungarian school bus crash in northern Italy

Sixteen people have been killed when a bus transporting Hungarian students crashed in northern Italy. The bus was traveling from France to Hungary on Saturday when it crashed. More than two dozen people were also injured. The bus was carrying the students home from a school ski trip to France....




Photos: Protests around world following US presidential inauguration

Thousands of people have staged protest rallies across the world to express their deep displeasure at Donald Trump, who was sworn into office at an inauguration ceremony in Washington, DC, and officially became America's 45th president on Friday. Similar protest rallies turned violent...




Sixty percent of refugees in Iran become educated: Official

An Iranian official says the figure for the refugees in the country, who have received proper education, stands at 60 percent, 48.5 percent of whom are females. This is good cultural news, the managing director of Iranian Interior Ministry's Bureau for Aliens and Foreign Immigrants (BAFIA),...




Herat Ladies Turn To Facebook To Sell Their Products

A Herat woman has created a Facebook Group through which other women are able to sell their handicrafts and unused goods. The group was created by the woman nine months ago, and according to members of the group, the page has generated over $1.5 million USD in the past nine months. The group...




Hungarian court sentences journalist to probation for kicking refugees

The Hungarian journalist, who was caught on camera in 2015 kicking and tripping over distraught refugees along the border with Serbia, has been sentenced to three years’ probation. Hungarian media reported that a court in Szeged District found Petra Laszlo guilty of disorderly conduct following...




Europe must boost efforts to save refugees dying of cold: UNHCR

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) says European governments must do more to help refugees dying in Europe's sudden cold snap instead of pushing them back from borders and exposing them to violence and confiscations. "Given the harsh winter conditions, we are particularly...




Muslim girls must take part in mixed swimming lessons in Switzerland

A European court has ruled that Muslim girls must take part in mixed school swimming classes after rejecting a case by a Turkish-Swiss couple who had requested that their daughters be exempted from such activities. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Tuesday accepted that the refusal...




Austria warns Athens of Schengen zone expulsion over refugee crisis

Austria has warned Greece that it could face "temporary exclusion" from the European Union (EU)'s passport-free Schengen zone if it fails to tighten controls on its borders and stop the flood of refugees. "If the Athens government does not finally do more to secure the [EU's]...




Refugee Crisis: EU Seeks Political Solution For Challenges In Afghanistan

The European Union (EU) Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, Christos Stylianides, on Friday called on European institutions to deal with "the root causes" of the migrant and refugee crisis. In a meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic in Belgrade, Stylianides said...




Austria turns away 3,000 asylum seekers over 'false claims'

Some 3,000 refugees have been turned away by the Austrian police over the past 20 days for being "untruthful" about their nationalities, an official says. Austrian police spokesman Rainer Dionisio said this was all due to more controls over the border points with Slovenia from...




Kabul police arrest woman for using false identification to meet the first lady

Kabul police have arrested a woman who falsely identified herself to meet the first lady Rola Ghan or Bibi Gul. Abdul Rahman Rahimi, police chief of Kabul said the woman is a civil society activist who identified herself as wife of Haji Mohammad Mohaqiq, second deputy to Chief Executive Officer (CEO),...




Pollution Threatens Health Of Kabul Residents, Warns MoPH

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) on Saturday warned that unless the high level of pollution in Kabul is reduced, the health of thousands of city residents will be threatened.It is said that as many as 3,000 people in Afghanistan lose their lives annually due to illnesses caused by poor air pollution.However,...




Tehran Backs Afghan Peace Talks: Iranian Diplomat

Iran's consular general in Herat Mahmoud Afkhami Rashidi said Friday that Tehran strongly supports any move which helps restart peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban. The Iranian diplomat stated that his country hoped for "positive results" from the upcoming talks between...




Hijab-Wearing Women in US Facing Abuse

When Ms Tramaine Kaleebu, 19, flew home from Chicago to Washington DC for the holidays, she donned a headscarf as a sign of solidarity with Muslims. “I wore the headscarf to stand in embodied solidarity with Muslims who are consistently harassed or abused here in (the US for exercising) their...




Unidentified armed men gun down woman in Sar-e-Pulís Kohistanat District

Unidentified gunmen have shot dead a newly married woman in Kohistanat District of northern Sar-e-Pul province. Akhtar Bibi, 40, had been imprisoned on adultery charges for one year. Upon release from jail, she married a relative and continued ordinary life in her village. Reports suggest that she...




Abdullah Calls For Urgent Aid to Quake-Hit Areas

Just hours after a powerful 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit Afghanistan on Monday afternoon, CEO Abdullah Abdullah held an emergency meeting and then addressed the nation on the situation. He also called on aid agencies and other organizations to help with urgent aid to those affected. Centered in...




20 Killed and 229 Injured In Powerful Afghanistan Earthquake

Health officials confirmed on Monday afternoon that the 7.5 magnitude earthquake, with its epicenter in Jurm district of northern Badakhshan province, has so far killed at least 20 people. Officials have also said that at least 229 people have been injured accross the country. Of them, 70 people...




US policies, Israel crimes key problems for Muslims: Leader

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the mischievous policies adopted by the US and the crimes committed by the Israeli regime constitute the key problem facing Muslims.   Ayatollah Khamenei made the remark in a message to the Hajj pilgrims. The...




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